Ranchi Industrial Visit

Industrial Visit to the capital of a mineral rich state, Jharkhand will be a memorable experience. Ranchi is proud to be the Head Quarters of multiple industrial and mining giants in India. It servers as the central office for Central Coalfields Limited(CCL), Heavy Engineering Corporation(HEC), Research and Development (R&D) of SAIL, MECON. CMPDI (Central Mine Planning and Design Institute) the design wing of Mahartna Company COAL INDIA LTD is located in Kanke road, Ranchi.The main industrial setup in Ranchi includes, Chotanagpur Rope Works Private Limited, Namkum ,Pragati Chemicals, Namkum ,Heavy Engineering Corporation, Dhurwa ,Bharat Mineral and Ceramic Ind., Mahilong ,Waxpol Ind. Limited, Tatisilway ,Pelriwal Hydrocarbon and Chemicals Private Limited, Mahilong ,Balaji Wire Ind., Mahilong ,Shivnarayan Jaiswal Private Limited, Ranchi etc.

Once the summer headquarters of Bihar in the British Raj, Ranchi is the capital of the newly created state of Jharkhand. Ranchi has an undeniable charm and the nearby waterfalls, verdant hills and forest are first ports of call for the travellers. The city is the leaping off point for the Betla National Park that lures wildlife enthusiasts to this eastern state of India. Located at an altitude of 2140 feet in the valley of Chotanagpur, the picturesque city of Ranchi is a travel destination with beautiful attractions and provides relief, to some extent, from the sweltering heat of the plains.

Sights to See

Tagore Hill
If you’re looking for peace and quiet, a visit to the picturesque Tagore Hill at Morabadi in Ranchi is absolute must. Named after Asia’s first Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore, the hill is about 300 ft. above its base. 

Ranchi Hill
An oasis of tranquillity, Ranchi Hill offers a serene escape from the bustle of the city of Ranchi. A temple devoted to Lord Shiva gives a peace of mind to the spiritual seekers. One of the most beautiful spots in Ranchi, the place lures the local people who use it as a picnic spot. You can also enjoy boating at the Ranchi Lake at the base of this beautiful hill.

Kanke Dam 
A day in the scenic surroundings of Kanke Dam will be good for the mind and fabulous for the spirit. Kanke Dam, a large water reservoir used to supply water to the city of Ranchi, is a famous travel attraction. The scenic landscape, fresh and pure atmosphere will provide visitors an unforgettable experience. 

Tribal Research Institute & Museum
Located 200m from Murabadi stadium, the Tribal Research Institute Museum is one of India’s finest museums dealing exclusively with the culture of the tribal groups the Mundas, Asurs and Gonds and is an invaluable introduction to the indigenous peoples of Jharkhand. If you’re interested in the native cultures of Jharkhand, this museum should be your very first stop in the state.

Jagannath Temple
Though smaller in size, Jagannath Temple in Ranchi is a replica of the famous Jagannath Temple in Puri in the state of Orissa. Located on top of a small hillock the temple is located 10 km from the heart of the town. The Rath Yatra at the temple, organised similarly on the lines of the famous Rath Yatra of Puri, attracts thousands of devotees.

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  • Heavy Engineering Corporation
  • Chotanagpur Rope Works Pvt Ltd

And many More Industries for more information see state wise list of Industries


Hundru Falls: 
45 km from Ranchi on Ranchi – Purulia road, the inviting spot where the Subarnrekha river cascades down from a height of 320 feet resulting in the creation of Hundru Falls, is a premier travel destination. A trip to the Hundru Falls s during the monsoons will be an unforgettable experience.

Jonha Falls
Also known as Gautamdhara Falls, the Jonha Falls is 40 kilometres from Ranchi. Jonha Falls – breathtakingly beautiful – a haven of peace and tranquillity – the idyllic tourist destination in the state of Jharkhand.

Travellers can have panoramic view of the verdant surroundings and snow-capped mountains. Walks and skiing around this place offer an exhilarating experience.

Dassamghagh falls 

40 kilometres from Ranchi, Dassamghagh falls is famous for its pristine and stunning beauty. Also known as Dassam Falls, the fall cascades from a height of 44 metres from the Kanchi River, a tributary of the Subarnarekha River. The sound of gushing waters echoes all around the landscape.

Hirni Falls 
75 km from Ranchi, this waterfall sits amidst lush forests and attracts visitors in large number.

Netrahat is like walking into a painting and getting mesmerized. 156 km from Ranchi, it is one of the best-kept secrets of Jharkhand. This little quiet hilly hideaway opens out to the kind of pretty panoramic view of sunset that would do great justice to the wide angle of camera lens.

How would you like to travel?

Ranchi is connected by regular flights with major cites of India.
is a major railway junction connecting several important cities in India
Ranchi is situated on National Highway No. 23 & 33 and there are nets of good roads around it.
Ranchi is:

  • 412 m from Kolkata
  • 414 km from Patna
  • 140 km from Jamshedpur
  • 160 km from Dhanbad